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“Employees at Dallas-Fort Worth-based Berkeys Air Conditioning, Plumbing & Electrical are keeping their distance at customers’ doors and performing touchless payment transactions for jobs, according to President Jamie Wooldridge.

“We can actually send an invoice to the customer and they can pay for it then,” said Wooldridge. “And if that’s not feasible, then we have them read us the credit card number instead of passing it back and forth.”

Wooldridge said that if a customer tells the company they’re under quarantine or exhibiting symptoms associated with coronavirus, they’re asking them to reschedule services for a later date.”

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It’s understood that electricians, HVAC, and plumbers deal with hazards all the time as the nature of their job. Now with most of the nation under stay-at-home orders, the essential services they offer come with a new risk – coronavirus. A lot of trust is required with the expectation that clients will alert them if any member in the household is infected. Hopefully, homeowners will respect such requests and continue to practice social distancing as best as possible.

At MJ Electric, we’re here to provide emergency repair service to residents in the twin cities area. Call us at 612-598-0793 or visit our electrical repair service page for more information.